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I'm just wondering if I'm missing something.
Let's say I have a spreadsheet (I actually have several…) with a lot of
cells and ranges already filled with data and formulas. One day I discover
the range naming feature, so I name a few cell ranges. Shouldn't there be
some easy way to replace every occurrence of those cell ranges in all my
formulas? And when I say easy, I mean easier than doing search and replace
on each one of them one by one. I can't find such a feature. Is there an
extension for it?

I'm going to write a macro for it, but I find it meaningless to write a
macro for something that's already there, so that's why I ask this question
in the first place.

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

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